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Integrative Men's Health

Edited by Myles D. Spar and George E. Munoz.

February 2014; p ublished online May 2014 .

Book. Subjects: Complementary and Alternative Medicine; Patient Education and Information; Dietetics; Psychotherapy; Cardiovascular Medicine; Urology; Genito-urinary Medicine; Endocrinology and Diabetes; Rheumatology; Gastroenterology; Medical Oncology; Dermatology. 400 pages.

This resource provides an evidence-based perspective on the health problems that affect men and the ways in which such problems may be prevented or treated utilizing a broad range of...

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Men’s Integrative Cardiology

Christopher J. Suhar and Christina Adams.

in Integrative Men's Health

February 2014; p ublished online May 2014 .

Chapter. Subjects: Complementary and Alternative Medicine; Patient Education and Information; Cardiovascular Medicine. 10274 words.

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death among men. Assessing an individual’s risk may involves traditional lipid profiling as well as advanced cardiac biomarkers such as...

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Oxford Textbook of Public Health

Edited by Roger Detels, Robert Beaglehole, Mary Ann Lansang and Martin Gulliford.

September 2009; p ublished online March 2011 .

Book. Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology; Public Health; History of Medicine; Dietetics; Infectious Diseases; Epidemiology; Medical Ethics; Medical Statistics and Methodology; Patient Education and Information; Occupational Medicine; Communication Skills; Cardiovascular Medicine; Respiratory Medicine and Pulmonology; Medical Dentistry; Neurology; Emergency Medicine; Paediatrics; Geriatric Medicine. 1,922 pages.

The Oxford Textbook of Public Health is the ultimate resource on the subject of public health and epidemiology. With contributors drawn from across the world, offering perspectives from...

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